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fluorender newsWe are happy to announce the 2.15 release of FluoRender. For details, check the release notes and download FluoRender at

Release Notes

FluoRender 2.15

New Features

1. OpenCL kernel editor
New in the 2.15 release of FluoRender, an OpenCL kernel editor is added to the tool collection. The editor can be accessed from menu->Tools->OpenCL kernel editor. It allows users to create, load, edit, and save an OpenCL kernel for 3D image processing. Active kernel is applied to selected channel when the “Run” button is pressed. A list of built-in kernels are also provided for basic 3D filtering operations. See Chapter 19 of the user's manual for more details.

 2. Automatic threshold estimation for paint brush New in the 2.15 release of FluoRender, threshold for paint brush can be estimated by applying brush strokes. The estimation is based on the local histogram of the data under the first applied stroke. Its calculation is performed with an OpenCL kernel. See Chapter 14 of the user's manual for more details.

Improvements include UI updates and bug fixes. More importantly, we edited a user's manual that covers all the latest features of FluoRender in great detail.

Thanks for your support of FluoRender!